Rob Kardashian To Get Help After Fiancée Blac Chyna Leaves With Their 1-Month-Old Baby
Rob Kardashian is using his 1-month-old baby girl, Dream Kardashian, as inspiration to get better and back on track.
Over the weekend, Rob’s fiancée Blac Chyna left the home she shared with Robert and took their baby girl. Not only did the reality star leave without notice, but she also stripped the nursery and her son King’s room.
Since the shocking split, Rob has been taking to social media to air out his family’s business, at one point even suggesting he is heartbroken after the rug was pulled out from under him.
In the latest round of “Share Your Feelings on Social Media,” Kris Jenner’s only biological son posted a photo of he and Chy on Instagram, writing: “This weekend I was in an emotional bad place and did some things that embarrassed myself and my family. I apologize and I’m seeking help to deal with my flaws/issues. Please pray for me and I’m sorry @blacchyna. You are a great mother to our child and I love you.”
He also shared an image of Dream with the caption: “I am going to get better for you Dream. You are my life and gave me a new start on being a better me. Love you.”
During the series of events that took place over the weekend, messages appeared on Blac Chyna’s phone expressing her disappointment in Rob. In the leaked text messages to the mother of two’s best friend, BC calls Rob “fat,” “lazy” and “insecure.”
The former stripper also apparently told her bestie that she was going to give Rob one year to get it together.
BC, who admitted that she was hacked, seemed to be accepting of Rob’s apology. The reality star reposted Kardashian’s message and captioned it with a heart emoji.
Meanwhile, the entire Kardashian clan has been mum on the situation. Aside from promoting Rob and Chyna’s baby special, which ironically aired during the time of the social media shenanigans, the klan has been pretty quiet.
It’s unclear what the future holds for the former couple, but it appears as though they are aware baby Dream is the No. 1 priority.